He is a professor of drawing for little children. Some of the childrens' pictures were bought by the Bratislava Museum.
Otokar Cila, Nová Paka ->
During the World War in the intervals between fightings, he painted the churches in Russia and pictures on the war scenery. In 1920 he was sent by the Czechoslovakian Government to China and India to study the monuments of arts and painting. In Bombay he worked as illustrator for the review "Times of India". He returned with a large number of exotic sketches, studies and sceneries which had been bought partly by the Czechoslovakian Government. Another part is in private possession. In 1933 he painted the picture "Starodruzinici" the oath of the first Czechoslovakian Legionaries to the flag on September 28, 1914 at Kiew, Russia. He painted besides a large number of portraits: of General Cecek, Director General of the National Bank, the widow of the musician and composer Dvorak, etc.. In 1926 he was sent by the Prague Academy of Arts to Scutari in Albania, where he painted 2 portraits of the King Achmed Zogu for the Albanian Parliament and the private dwellings of the King. In 1927 he made the portrait of the Albanian National Hero Scauder Beg by order of the King and besides made portraits of other Albanian officials.
Petar Dobrovic, Belgrade ->
1910-1914 Russian Academy in Paris; 1914-1917 in Budapest as an independent modern painter; 1918 sentenced to death for high treason; October 1918 pardoned; 1919 Paris, participated to the Yugoslavian Exhibition of Art, 1920 Zurich, Belgrade, 1924.
Leopold Gottlieb, Paris-Montrouge ->
He was Professor of the Art School Bezalel in Jerusalem and he opened during the war a great exhibition in Zurich, Berne (Switzerland), in Vienna (Austria). In 1928 he had an exhibition in Génèva, and 1930 in Paris. In the Museum of Cracow are about 230 of his drawings, a picture "Jeu de Plumes" is in Paris. His drawings are also in the Albertina, Vienna and in the Museum of Jerusalem.
Jaroslav Henevkovsky, Prague-Bubenec ->
He has exhibited in London (Leicester Gallery) in 1922; and he made two trips to East-India. For some time he has been holding an oil painting class at Rabindranath Tagore's School. He has formed a new theory of light regarding artistic purposes: the invention of the "relative colours" for transparent oil painting (Czechoslovakian patent).
Bohumil Hradecny, Prague ->
He is a prominent painter of landscapes and animal pictures and he is scientifically well acquainted with occultism, mysticism, and alchemy.
Ludvik Kuba, Prague ->
As painter he had much success showing his pictures at international exhibitions in the capitals of European countries. The Modern Gallery in Prague owns several of his pictures and also the Government bought his well known collection of pictures representing the Slavonic Lusatia in Germany in today's state.
Louis (Markous Ludwik) Marcoussis, Paris ->
When he was 20 years old he came to Paris where he lived and worked. He participated from the very beginning in the cubist movement and he served from 1914 in the French army.
Robert Maurer, Vienna ->
He worked with his father by whom he received his first instruction and he restored the picture gallery in Sibiu, Transsylvania in 1922. He patented his discovery to examine pictures by ultra violet rays.
Wanda Melcer, Mokotow, Warsaw ->
She gave birth to two children in August 1932: a boy and girl (twins). Her first poetries were printed in "Sfinks" in 1914 and her first exhibition of portraits was in 1918. Afterwards ceased to paint.
Samuel Mützner, Bucharest ->
He studied painting in Munich from 1900 to 1902. An exhibition of his works inspired by Japan was held in the Ralston Gallery of New York, Fifth Avenue, in 1915. In 1915-1920 he worked in Puerto Rico and Venezuela. There are in New York, in San Juan of Puerto Rico and specially in Caracas a great number of his paintings. In Caracas there is a large rural portrait of President Gomez.
Antonin Ruzicka, Prague ->
He introduced in about 1.500 classes of the National Schools in Czechoslovakia a new system of drawing which is based on special perspective constructions. Eleven year old children are taught correct perspective drawings.
Jonas Sileika, Kaunas ->
During the World War worked for Lithuanian relief in U.S.A. and Moscow, Russia. In Lithuania he helped to organize an Art School at Kaunas of which he is at present teacher for drawing and painting. In 1920 he received $ 200,-- as prize for an oil-painting of portrait of "Zemaite", a Lithuanian writer at Chicago. His pictures are exhibited in permanent Art Gallery of Ciurlionis at Kaunas.
Marie Urbanova-Zahradnicka, Prague
She is a painter of portraits, still-lifes, decoration of panneaux, decorative art in churches: Prague (Vyshrad), Kutná Hora, Grunty, Hradec Králové. She works in collaboration with her husband who was a painter too.
Louis Vacátko, Praha-Veleslavinova and Schloßhof Hrubá skala, Turnau ->
Pictures painted by him were sold to King Carol of Rumania for Sinaia, to the White Cross at Madrid, to President Masaryk for the castle of Prague and also to many private castles. He is the creator of transcendental naturalism (between impressionism and futuristic painting).